Sabina Haque creates multimedia art installations to explore transformations of place and identity. Raised in Karachi, Pakistan by American and Pakistani parents, Haque has spent half her life in America. Collaboration with BIPOC youth and immigrant communities of color is a vital part of Haque’s practice. She has partnered with Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon, Africa House, and schools in East-Portland to facilitate civic engagement through art. This work was curated into the 2019-Portland-Biannual.
Sabina Haque received an M.F.A in Painting from Boston University and teaches Art at Portland State University, Oregon. She has received noted fellowships like the Oregon Arts Commission Individual Artist Fellowship. Haque has participated in residencies including Artist in Residence at the Portland Archives and Records Center and the TEDx Artist in Residence program and the Jordon Schnitzer Printmaking Residency. Noted public collections include the Gordon Gilkey Print Center at the Portland Art Museum, the Jordan Schnitzer Collection and City of Portland’s and Seattle’s Public Portable Art Collections.